West Indies Women captain Merissa Aguilleira said maintaining focus will be the order of the day heading into today's third and final one day international against New Zealand at Sabina Park.
The contest, which is set to bowl-off at 9 a.m., will see both teams gunning for the clincher, having split the first two matches earlier this week.
New Zealand, led by a century from world number-one batter Suzie Bates, claimed the first game by one run on Sunday, while West Indies, on the back of a brilliant all-round performance from leg-spinning all-rounder Shaquana Quintyne, won Tuesday's game two by 89 runs.
"The aim is to remain focused and come out with the intention to give it our best shot once again," said Aguilleira.
"It was good to win the second game, and win it so convincingly, but (we) cannot allow any sort of complacency to step in. There remains a lot of work still to be done, and a lot of areas to improve on."
West Indies, heading into the matchup, will be hoping for an improved batting display after being bowled out for 149 off their 50 overs in the last game.
In attempting to get this done they will be hoping for a return to form of top batters Stafanie Taylor, Deandra Dottin and wicketkeeper Aguilleira.
Taylor, who made 36 in the opener, managed only nine in the second; Dottin, who hit a top score of 65 in game one, contributed eight, while Aguilleira after making 43 first time out, was stumped for six at the second time of asking.
The trio apart, however, West Indies will also be hoping that the form of openers Natasha McLean and Kycia Knight continues.
The pair put on 47 in the opener, before adding 52 for the first wicket on Tuesday with McLean, scoring 24 and 21, respectively, and the left-handed Knight, 13 and 24.
Depending heavily on taylor
Bowling-wise, West Indies are again expected to depend heavily on the off spin of Taylor, left-arm spin of Daley, as well as that of lead pacers Tremayne Smartt and Shakera Selman.
New Zealand, in the meanwhile, will be hoping for a much improved batting display in comparison to the 59 they made last time out.
They will bank on Bates making more than four as she did in the second fixture, as well as a return to form of batters Sophie Devine and Amy Sattethwaite, who were outstanding in their score of 226 in the first game.
As for their bowling, much again will be expected of pacer Nicola Browne and left-arm slow bowler Morna Nielsen, who both claimed three wickets, respectively, in the first two encounters.
- Jermaine Lannaman